- Full Description
This volume is comprised of the proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information Systems Development held August 26th-28th, 2004, at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Vilnius, Lithuania. The aim of this volume is to provide a forum for the research and practices addressing current issues associated with Information Systems Development (ISD). Every day, new technologies, applications, and methods raise the standards for the quality of systems expected by organizations as well as end users. All are becoming dependent on systems reliability, scalability, and performance. Thus, it is crucial to exchange ideas and experiences, and to stimulate exploration of new solutions. This proceedings provides a forum for both technical and organizational issues.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- From the contents: Preface.
- System Co
- Development Through Requirements Specification.
- Information Systems as a Design Science.
- Information Systems Development (ISD): Past, Present, Future Trends.
- Cars of the Future: Computers as the Wheel.
- Integrating Enterprise and IS Development Using a Model Driven Approach.
- Issues in Information Systems Education: Capitalizing on Recent Advances in Learning Theory.
- XML in the World of (Object
- )Relational Database Systems.
- Towards a Privacy Framework for Information Systems Development.
- Is Development as the Mutual Adaptation of Technology and Business Process.
- Rethinking ISD Methods: Fitting Project Team Members Profiles.
- Requisites for Successful Adoption of the ASP Model by User Organization.
- ISD as Knowledge Work: An Analysis of How a Development Method is Used in Practice.
- Customizing Traceability in a Software Development Process.
- Oriented Information Systems Development Using Open and the Agent Factory.
- Motivation and Job Satisfaction Among Information Systems Developers: Perspectives from Finland, Nigeria, and Estonia: A Preliminary Study.
- A Combined Neural Network and Decision Tree Approach for Text Categorization.
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